2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in France Leader Award
His primary areas of study are Hydrology, Calibration, Streamflow, Range and Statistics. His research in Hydrology is mostly focused on Surface runoff. He interconnects Climatology, Key, Data mining and Econometrics in the investigation of issues within Calibration.
His research investigates the connection between Climatology and topics such as Robustness that intersect with problems in Meteorology. His Streamflow research includes elements of Rainfall runoff, Robustness and Evapotranspiration. His Statistics research focuses on Watershed and how it connects with Precipitation.
Charles Perrin mainly investigates Hydrology, Streamflow, Surface runoff, Climatology and Meteorology. His Streamflow research incorporates elements of Precipitation, Sensitivity, Water balance, Range and Robustness. His study in Water balance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sample, Statistics and Hydrological modelling.
His work in the fields of Statistics, such as Calibration, intersects with other areas such as Series. His Surface runoff study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Evapotranspiration. His Meteorology course of study focuses on Flood forecasting and Operations research.
Charles Perrin mainly focuses on Hydrology, Streamflow, Surface runoff, Climatology and Precipitation. His research on Hydrology focuses in particular on Socio-hydrology. His Streamflow study combines topics in areas such as Global warming and Tributary.
The various areas that Charles Perrin examines in his Climatology study include Flood myth and Sensitivity. He has included themes like Sequential data and Basin scale in his Sensitivity study. His Precipitation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Range, Robustness and Evapotranspiration.
Charles Perrin mostly deals with Algorithm, Calibration, Snow, Hydrology and Hydrological modelling. As part of the same scientific family, Charles Perrin usually focuses on Algorithm, concentrating on Consistency and intersecting with Water balance. His studies in Calibration integrate themes in fields like Sample and Free parameter.
The Snow study combines topics in areas such as Precipitation, Surface runoff, Robustness and Water resources. A majority of his Hydrology research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Digital media, Context, Discipline, Diversity and Public consultation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Matching and Representation in addition to Hydrological modelling.
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Position paper: Characterising performance of environmental models
Neil D. Bennett;Barry F. W. Croke;Giorgio Guariso;Joseph H. A. Guillaume.
Improvement of a parsimonious model for streamflow simulation
Charles Perrin;Claude Michel;Vazken Andréassian.
Journal of Hydrology (2003)
Which potential evapotranspiration input for a lumped rainfall-runoff model?. Part 2: Towards a simple and efficient potential evapotranspiration model for rainfall-runoff modelling
Ludovic Oudin;Frédéric Hervieu;Claude Michel;Charles Perrin.
Journal of Hydrology (2005)
Does a large number of parameters enhance model performance? Comparative assessment of common catchment model structures on 429 catchments
C. Perrin;C. Michel;V. Andréassian.
Journal of Hydrology (2001)
Spatial proximity, physical similarity, regression and ungaged catchments: A comparison of regionalization approaches based on 913 French catchments
Ludovic Oudin;Vazken Andréassian;Charles Perrin;Claude Michel.
Water Resources Research (2008)
Crash testing hydrological models in contrasted climate conditions: An experiment on 216 Australian catchments
L. Coron;Vazken Andréassian;C. Perrin;J. Lerat.
Water Resources Research (2012)
Impact of imperfect rainfall knowledge on the efficiency and the parameters of watershed models
Vazken Andréassian;Charles Perrin;Claude Michel;Iolanda Usart-Sanchez.
Journal of Hydrology (2001)
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
Günter Blöschl;Marc F.P. Bierkens;Antonio Chambel;Christophe Cudennec.
Are seemingly physically similar catchments truly hydrologically similar
Ludovic Oudin;Alison Kay;Vazken Andréassian;Charles Perrin.
Water Resources Research (2010)
A review of efficiency criteria suitable for evaluating low-flow simulations
Raji Pushpalatha;Charles Perrin;Nicolas Le Moine;Vazken Andréassian.
Journal of Hydrology (2012)
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